Edinburgh by private jet

Edinburgh

Private Jet Charter

United Kingdom

Upon arrival at Edinburgh airport and you’re less than 10 miles from the city centre. As one of the key commercial hubs of air traffic in Scotland, the airport welcomes group air charters from across the globe and happily accommodates private jet charter flights.

Edinburgh is the inspiring capital of Scotland where centuries of history meet a lively, cosmopolitan city in an unforgettable setting.

A major tourism centre and gateway to the rest of Scotland, Edinburgh is the world’s leading festival city, with a range of major annual festivals bringing talents from across the world to the Capitals streets and stages.

Arriving in the city itself, you’re immediately greeted by the city’s rich history, the stunning architecture of the Old Town and New Town melding together to create a picturesque patchwork of the cities fascinating history. Sitting pride of place in the centre of the city is Edinburgh Castle, which has presided over Edinburgh since the 12th century.

For a little luxury the Balmoral Hotel, is an Edinburgh icon in the heart of the city. This beautiful building has been welcoming guests since 1902 and offers a view of Edinburgh Castle, spa and Michelin-star dining. But when it comes to accommodation there’s plenty on offer including the Edinburgh Grand, a luxury all-apartment residence in St Andrew Square in the city centre. The Residence pays homage to its former life as an historic banking landmark, The National Bank of Scotland, and the well-known building has been beautifully renovated to house 50 fully equipped serviced apartments. The City also has smaller, boutique stays such as the stunning Glasshouse Hotel where each unique suites is named after a Scotch whisky.

Edinburgh’s beauty is both staggering and unique. But, the city is far more than just a pretty face, there is much more to discover.

Edinburgh’s shopping ranges from the world’s best luxury names, to local, independent talent just waiting to be discovered. With more restaurants per head of population than anywhere else in the UK there is something for every taste, be it Michelin-starred, or pop-up street-food with award-winning chefs, is not to be missed..

Back into the heart of Edinburgh and you can easily spend an afternoon exploring the city on foot or using the world class transport system. Make time to visit the iconic Edinburgh Castle and some of the museums and galleries on offer as well as the newest attraction the Johnnie Walker Experience where you can discover the history of the whisky and then explore the 1820 rooftop bar with stunning views of the Castle and Princes Street.

If sports appeal, then this is the city for you. From long hikes to sea swimming and miles of cycle paths through the city. Home to two top flight football teams and home of Scottish Rugby’s BT Murrayfield stadium, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to take in a football or rugby match or two.

When it comes to the best time to visit, don’t believe the clichés about the Scottish weather. While it won’t smash any temperature records, the summers can be glorious, between May and September is ideal. The Festival city – Edinburgh has a jam-packed festival schedule all year around – but August festivals and Hogmanay celebrations are the busiest times in the City.

Edinburgh is the UK’s most prosperous city outside of London and the UK’s second largest financial centre. It has long held a reputation for high quality education and academic excellence – recently being ranked as the UK’s second-best city to be a student, after London, and 12th in the world. Edinburgh’s life science research is among the best in the world, being part of one of the largest and fastest growing life science communities in Europe.

From the rich – sometimes hidden – history that surrounds your every step, to the wealth of lush, green spaces peppered around the city centre, Edinburgh continually surprises, delights and inspires. This is something that has been recognised by the big and small screen, using our city as a backdrop for productions including Outlander, One Day, Trainspotting, Avengers Infinity War and more recently The Fast & The Furious film franchise.

Book your private jet charter and get to know this beautiful city.

Whether you are planning on travelling to Edinburgh, or this is where you are looking to depart from, let Chapman Freeborn handle your private jet charter requirements with safety, security and discretion. We charter jets to and from multiple Scottish locations. If you are interested in utilizing one of these airports, or any others that aren’t listed here, contact us for a quote.

Airports

Edinburgh Airport

IATA: EDI

ICAO: EGPH

Address

Edinburgh EH12 9DN

Distance from Edinburgh:

5.8 miles